AMD's New CPU Socket Just Leaked! - WAN Show May 28, 2021
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Timestamps (Courtesy of Vulcānus)
0:00 Intro and Topics
3:06 AMD AM5, LGA, DDR5 and DDR4
11:43 PCIE Gen 5, Intel Alder Lake
19:49 PGA to LGA for AMD
23:20 Facebook sues India
32:23 Bill C10
35:21 Super chats
38:30 Sponsors
Anker Nano II Charger, PDFelemnent, .TECH Domains
40:42 Personal stories of early interactions with tech
42:45 DinoPark Tycoon
43:57 USB C 2.1
46:45 LTT Store, new shirt
47:49 Winget
54:33 New version of Windows incoming
58:25 Steam leaks and hardware
59:55 Amazon "ZenBooth"
1:06:31 16gb iPads
1:06:55 Super chats
1:08:46 Scrapyard wars/PCMR
1:14:58 Birds
1:15:59 His hands...they are diamond
1:19:01 Beat sabre bet
1:21:46 Bye

  • Frosty.

    stop bending to demon words andthey would have to stop expanding what they demon for

  • Caleb Smith
    Caleb Smith

    For anyone who experiences applications being impossible to find. Alt + Tab to the application and then use Win + Shift + Left/Right Arrow Keys to move the application to the right monitor.

  • fuzz11111111

    @6:00 they've been a niche thing on motherboards almost every time we've switched memory standards (I had, and think I've still got in storage, a board with both DDR1 and SDR/PC133 ram slots)

  • thecount25

    My USB cable is on fire

  • abe kline
    abe kline

    58:15 if you need to grab a window that you can no longer see, select it in focus via taskbar or alt tab or win tab, then use win shift left or right to move it to the next monitor over

  • abe kline
    abe kline

    58:00 I have this issue where when windows tells my LG GN950 goes to sleep it just completely shuts down and all my windows get moved off it, then when I wake my computer up the monitor has to boot up turning the lights on full brightness and never puts my windows back

  • Michel Roy
    Michel Roy

    Linus reminiscing like an old man, about the distant past....

  • Thomas Moran
    Thomas Moran

    P5n32-e Sli, Asus 8800GTX, Q6600 - last time I had a high end rig 😉

  • Pursuant Spy
    Pursuant Spy

    I was watching this from my linux high tower and forgot windows doesn't have a package manager

  • Billu Raj
    Billu Raj

    @24.22 Linus, did u just talk about stuff that you definitely do not know? I 'd prompt you to stick to your expertise and talk about stuff u know... Indian polity and the international narratives - leave it to the experts. PC, anything related to PC... You talk and we listen. I repeat... Please keep your comments to yourself on stuff u do not know. FYI: India Government abolished middlemen who were leeching on to the farmers earnings, that's what happened... Farmers are now authorized to sell their produce to anyone he wishes to @ whatever price they wish to .. Formerly they could sell only to a middleman at a price the middlemen dictated. U think U know? Refer here for more :- Farmer stuff .... FB and whatsapp stuff... Loose talks especially about a country's government etc... out here in the social media will do more harm than good - let that be noted. FYI: india is the single largest market for FB .. they bloody well abide by the IT laws here if they have to be here ... This IT law is to curb terrorist groups working inside the country and hate speech starters..

  • Bryan

    Do your homework. 2nd times in 15 mins that misinformation is spread, and later corrected. This is not a podcast, this is people readint articles and reacting on it

  • Kaboom 1
    Kaboom 1

    Missing the point about package managers... Graphical front-ends for package managers are a thing

  • Knaeckebrotsaege

    The more I hear about what they're doing with windows and how they're tacking on sh*t nobody asked for (case in point, that stupid weather thing from recently) while ignoring the many core problems, I'm really glad I went with LTSC. At least that thing stays consistent and doesn't sh*t the bed every half year with a feature "upgrade". And it's not fundamentally broken like that weirdo ameliorated clown show

  • YourMomGoogle

    I mean, with the right equipment I would say its definitely easier to replace an intel socket entirely than to replace snapped off pins on a ryzen cpu. Though again with the right equipment and some time, both are fairly easy.

  • Stakk Jackson
    Stakk Jackson

    Luke... get it together. Pixels are square. screens are square. rounding corners is a waste of space and resources.

  • Eugene Escolano
    Eugene Escolano

    Facebook is already a communications utility company it already replaced landline phones and sms/mms texting in regards of how we use it

  • Jourei Mahtavankätyri
    Jourei Mahtavankätyri

    Any idea why the crew really don't want to film in higher framerates?

  • TwstedTV

    As many software & network security specialist have pointed out, winget can be extremely dangerous if its not properly secured by Microsoft. Because someone can open an email click on a damn link, and that link can have a code within it, that automatically installs software via winget much faster than it would the traditional way of these hackery ways do today. winget would tend to open up many doors that would allow the flood of hackers to rapidly install tiny hackery tools and pwn your computer in fractions of a second. Just remember, Microsoft does NOT have a good track record for keeping their shit together as we ALL have experienced in the past. Remember a decade or so ago were a hacker nearly cripple 70% of the country when they hacked in to 70% of the country's computers mostly in businesses and hospitals and other large entities, but also many of the civilians got caught into it as well, to the point were most of the country was forced to reformat their computers. Then someone created a USB drive called bunny, that would instantly in a fraction of a second own your computer, get your log in information, install a remote robot & keylogger and control your pc remotely. This can be done on pc's, mac's and yes linux fell into that rabbit hole too.. Its become the most dangerous thing on the planet since.... And why most of the population that caught wind of this, have disabled their USB ports on their computer, to not allow them to just accept any connection to them willie-nillie. None of these OS companies have yet to get their shit together when it comes to security.... security specialist say that even in 2021 going on 2022, 99.999% of computers can be pwn in less than a half a second, with the things thats out in the wild right now. -- So you think your laptop is safe when you log out of it at work, while going to the bathroom or lunch or even across the hall ??? THINK AGAIN.... Watch this video from one of the most well known Network engineers in the world. This is just the tip of the ice burg........ those famous companies with 3 letter acronyms you know so well, have actually said that if the population knew half of the things that are out in the wild of the internet, the population would never log back into the internet and they would lock up their computers in their closet, and the internet would be a ghost town... They along with security software agencies have revealed is that operating systems saves a users passwords in plain text format or hash, which both can be hacked in less than a second. The technology industry seriously needs to find better ways to secure peoples passwords when they create accounts on their computer or when they install their OS. Microsoft is notorious for this as it has been proven by software security specialists around the world. And linux have been complacent about this because of the hoax that Linux is un-hackable. This also has been proven to be false.......

  • OprahsKankles

    The squeamish direction univariately strip because paperback temporally amuse minus a helpful mail. chunky, painful control

  • Jojo DiAc
    Jojo DiAc

    Ok winget is just straight up amazing if it works in the same way that it does in Linux!!!

  • Thule Gezelschap
    Thule Gezelschap

    Just bought a 5900x.. rip

  • Melvin

    Good vidéo !!! Do you think the am5 socket and lga and ddr5 Will realy improve fps like more than 10% faster???

  • Jordan Williams
    Jordan Williams

    LTT northern lights wallpapers to match the deskpads?

  • Dani Elefteriadis
    Dani Elefteriadis

    New camera has more noise despite larger resolution sensors? Just watercool it! :P It seemed to work for the RED camera...

  • AltaZepsta

    Scrapyard wars: I think you guys kind of missed the entertainment value taken away from it. Watching the challenges overcome, or not. The hustle on the streets. Learning a few new tidbits on some hardware capabilities that are out there in the budget market. It was good entertainment. Most of us already know the money management take. For some, it might be a valuable lesson. But with zero exaggeration, Scrapyard wars is what brought me to the channel. And I have been waiting an awful long time through new unobtainable hardware reviews for more. Personally, I enjoyed the lower budget challenges. I am sure it takes a lot more work to put that segment together, but you know, maximum effort.

  • AltaZepsta

    Amazon zenbooth. Formerly known as an outhouse without a hole, or the public shaming box. Dumb.

  • Trif 55
    Trif 55

    Thought work isn't suitable for full bore 8 hours, the human brain isn't capable of that. Manual labour is, think about the past i.e. working on farms was a day of work, the limits are only physical endurance and the expectation is a long summer's day of continuous labour with breaks to drink, farms don't need these people anymore so they're in warehouses, they only have to do 8 hours

  • Felix Maximilian Hoffer
    Felix Maximilian Hoffer

    @Linus If you want to move a window to a different display from the current location, press Windows + Shift + Arrow Key

  • ph4nt0m

    I have that mobo

  • SuperNova.WS Project
    SuperNova.WS Project

    "Should I obey law if I don't want?" (c) facebook

  • Guandalar Zapato
    Guandalar Zapato

    Too much soy face.

  • Rayvick A
    Rayvick A

    I'm a trucker too and you should make the pc vibration proof

  • Patrick Ryan
    Patrick Ryan

    Working on hydroponics and grew up on a farm.

  • Majik Messiah
    Majik Messiah

    I've watched the scrapyard wars episodes more than once

  • Matthew Hackner
    Matthew Hackner

    Say linus for the windows getting stuck off screen thing. 9 times out of 10 if you highlight the icon in the taskbar and then use the windows key + the arrow keys you can move around the window.

  • Kunal Vaidya
    Kunal Vaidya

    I really liked and appreciate Linus for making a good observation on farmers and govt situation in India.

  • GCAT01 Living
    GCAT01 Living

    OMG, who has the clicky pen or whatever. It's driving me crazy! Usually I don't mind those things (I'm a clicker myself) but it was very distracting.

  • Rand al'Thor
    Rand al'Thor

    What 16 gigs?! Cries in recently upgraded to 8 gigs

  • Sci Tech
    Sci Tech

    in ref to 57:14 , press alt+spacebar , even though you cant see it, tap down cursor arrow key twice hit return (move selected) and use the cursor keys to drag it back over from the direction you think its gone , the move function anchors the window to the cursor, absolute old function

  • M B
    M B

    About the asrock boards. The one i had did have ddr1+2, agp and pciex but it was even cooler - it supported both sata raid and ATA100-133 natively plus it had a floppy connector :)))

  • salih komut
    salih komut

    I do agree with Luke that winget doesn't really change anything for most users. Even for advanced users, such as myself (full-stack developer) it doesn't really change anything because I and most poeple I know have been using chocolatey for a long time and will continue to use it. But it is heading in the right direction maybe the windows terminal will become as powerful as the linux terminal in the future.

  • Zakiyo

    Farms good

  • Bob Schuon
    Bob Schuon

    Well, it's not ok for the (fill in the blank here) government to demand criteria for their services in that country, but it's ok in my country, because they would never do that. Well, lately they have, but..... Your road paving is coming along quite nicely. Hope you are satisfied when you reach the final destination.

  • David Imrie
    David Imrie

    Stuff stuck off screen? Make sure it's the active app then windows key + left & right arrows

  • v1m30

    Package managers, the cancer of Nix systems. Oh it's out of date, oh it's not in this distro in their database of software for this package manager. Oh each distro has it's own manager with different commands. It's a never ending mess. Honestly the best install method is give me an archive to download and unpack, done, no installation, just run the program. No crap being written into hidden files in the OS anywhere, the app being moved and copied to secret Nix directories all over the drive, and so on. Wanna delete it? Select folder, delete, done. None of this install uninstall mess which truly is a mess.

  • Aditya Singh
    Aditya Singh

    24:40 Uhh Linus, did you realise that if you leave aside the stupidly emotional side of the narrative, the new Indian reforms are actually critical for the agricultural industry to survive the next 100 years? Sincerely, Someone from an agricultural background

  • ツ

    If a window gets stuck off screen you used to could right-click it in the taskbar and hit "move", but now you can still use Win key + arrows, or Win key + shift + arrows

  • S1lentSt0rm

    "Greater Economic opportunities for developers" is just marketing speech for "easier, faster, more encompassing tracking"

  • S1lentSt0rm

    Should really just be what the users want to consume, rather than forcing stuff like that. If I don't care about French content at all then I don't want to see any of it for example.

  • Darkdodger137

    Why has no one created a modular motherboard with a swappable socket? So anyone that likes the board could buy it and use Intel or AMD CPUs.

  • Empyreal

    The coolest thing about Scrapyard Wars wasn't actually the PCs. It was seeing you guys out in Vancouver, interacting with people and visiting interesting places. If you can find a new project that gets back to that, I think we will all be pleased.

  • SuperWhisk

    21:13 I recall a video where you described jamming a little ball of tinfoil into the hole where the missing pin was, and apparently that worked for many many years (it was never disassembled again).

  • Morty McMort
    Morty McMort

    Steam link dead? 🤷 I use it pretty often. Sort of, if I have to. And for slow paced games. But on shield with GFN, which is soo good compared on graphics. But link is not dead

  • Möebius 2k
    Möebius 2k

    I like how the volume of The WAN Show is always dogshit.

  • LowJack187

    They need a new pin design on MBs.

  • LowJack187

    Why are there only 28 pci lanes on the new chip?

  • LowJack187

    Luke, just shave that peach fuzz off until you're old enough to actually grow a beard.

  • whitedra119

    I am a millennial born in 93 and I stray from the group. I own 1/3 of an acre and I detest living in apartments.

  • Mostly Penny Cat
    Mostly Penny Cat

    These people just seem to be thug handed with their CPUs. Just don't damage your CPU or motherboard, take a breath, pay attention and stop dropping shit!

  • Tajl3r

    at least Luke knows how not to overwork himself or at all

  • J4ki3B0i23 ._.
    J4ki3B0i23 ._.

    Wan show now pls

  • Andrew Lane
    Andrew Lane

    What would have been a huge benefit of PCIe 4/5 for consumer is that we could have split the x16 into x8/x4 for multi-GPU support while still having all of the bandwidth (and more) required to feed modern GPUs. For example, a PCIe gen 5 x16 slot could be split into 4x x4 slots while still retaining roughly the same bandwidth as a x16 PCIe gen 3 slot for each. Unfortunately multi-GPU support is all but dead so my point is irrelevant.

  • Mickey Mishra
    Mickey Mishra

    26::41 this is standard practice in America and in fact it doesn't even require a warrant in America in order to do in fact any person who is a part of the government can call Facebook where there are police officer investigator or just the government official and asked for this information to be faxed over to them

  • Duncan Hansel
    Duncan Hansel

    They could just hitch winget into the backend install process on the "new" Windows coming up at the end of the month.

  • Tonymaine

    12:19 my actual motherboard exactly

  • TTV_ anderson chickens
    TTV_ anderson chickens

    linus is my daddy

  • Joshua Klarr
    Joshua Klarr

    Do you think Amazon docs your pay for the amount of time you use the sad box?

  • notthere83

    "This many smart people working there" (About Amazon) If "this many" is maybe around 10, then I agree. Because the only reason Amazon stays is such a success is huge scale at adequate quality. Prices that are just aggressive enough and customer service that is just decent enough. But really, they have no clue about anything other than that.

  • ziv

    Mobo pins are so shit if you bend them, it's highly likely you will break them trying to fix them. and they break more easily.

  • Arno

    56:45 you know what still looks good? macOS.

  • Jean-Luc Picard
    Jean-Luc Picard

    Never do 60fps. Saps power on mobile and I doubt YT will ever include the option to choose.

  • Artwertable

    Linus @52:34 it is 2021 no one should use CMD anymore. Use PowerShell instead.

  • Shawn Elliott
    Shawn Elliott

    People need to stop calling stuff like this "leaks". It's not a leak. It's an official release of information, presented in a way as to make it seem unofficial. Also: LOL 1718 pins on the AM5 socket. At this point the motherboard is basically just a breakout adapter for the CPU socket. Does anyone else remember when motherboards had a significant amount of specialized processing power built-in to support the CPU's functionality? My first computer was an AMD 286 and it had 64 pins.

  • Dalton Brennan
    Dalton Brennan

    Minimum wage if it had kept up with inflation including cost of renting and or buying a home should be closer to $25 an hour actually I would say if it kept up with the housing market it should be closer to $35 an hour however whenever you're looking at the average food and basics like that it hasn't gone up that much however it should definitely be closer to $25 an hour at least

  • Dalton Brennan
    Dalton Brennan

    Meditation is helpful however better pay and being able to you know take a restroom break or take a normal break without worry that you're going to get marked against or you know being able to work at a reasonable pace without worry that you're going to get marked against and decide to work faster than you can possibly keep doing for months on end

  • Aurorah

    If your window is stuck on another monitor, click it in the task bar, then press "win + shift + left/right arrow"

  • lane welsh
    lane welsh

    16 megs of ram, and a Pentium 90

  • lane welsh
    lane welsh

    Wing commander 4

  • JavaMan

    If WinGet is done well, it could handle automatic updates for all programs it installs. That would increase security for most users.

  • Ian Vickers
    Ian Vickers

    I'm sure the pins on a CPU are easiest to repair, but I find that it's easier to *prevent* damage to an LGA socket than a PGA CPU.

  • Kunzopolis

    It sounds like one of you were clicking a pen repeatedly during the show. Can you please refrain? Would greatly appreciate it if you could also not make fun of people who have issues with disruptive noises as well. Thanks for the consideration. Feel free to check google or wikipedia for Misophonia, among other disorders. cheers.

  • Amir Saeed
    Amir Saeed

    Keep going Linus, we joke a lot but you guys are the best tech content creator online(at least that's what I think) keep going.


    Dope wars. Google it

  • Daniel Pope
    Daniel Pope

    There is never a valid excuse for a government passing laws against encryption. That's the government saying it is illegal to have a private conversation.

  • Sir Snowman
    Sir Snowman

    around 56:00 "I don't like boxes" .....meanwhile in a box.

  • l0ki4321

    Use Win10 since upgrade few years ago and never used the Windows Store even once.. i go to the Websites and download, install my programs manual like 20 years ago too

  • am3rgam3r

    Hey, how did miss information literally kill people??

  • WolframaticAlpha

    48:04 hey that's me.

  • Luredreier

    I hate that they've switched to LGA... But it might not be avoidable...

  • Emperor

    I get that LGA makes economic sense but I just find its much easier to break LGA from a bad mount and the way AM4 drops in via gravity is a breeze.

  • 4 hour depression nap
    4 hour depression nap

    "mobile despair closet" got me

  • Stephen Ball
    Stephen Ball

    "Ama-Zen" booth == Nap pod?

  • Eleras

    Whoever keeps clicking a pen needs to fucking stop. Jeez... I'm listening to the podcast version with ANC headphones and the clicking is fucking killing me!

  • Luuk Lamers
    Luuk Lamers

    New LMG Channel: DIY Tech Tips

  • OprahsKankles

    The bumpy forecast morally wrestle because pumpkin dolly undress apud a labored effect. roomy, terrible tablecloth

  • Alex Kramer
    Alex Kramer

    What is the difference for a camera (wo)man to shoot 30 vs 60 fps?

  • ZoneCracker

    The world is becoming a prison.

  • OprahsKankles

    The redundant lake unprecedentedly fire because secure pathogenetically shiver mid a delightful ocean. complete, useless divorced

  • DirtyGrim3zGaming

    cant saturate gen4......... fk it we can do 5 LMAO

  • Stephen Ball
    Stephen Ball

    "AM5 is alive!" Oh, wait... LGA? "Ixnay the GALay!"